Did you know?Did you know that Seoul’s official name is Seoul Special City? It is indeed special, and there’s more to the South Korean capital than K-pop and kimchi. It's no wonder that there are more cafés per capita in Seoul than in Seattle, the home of Starbucks itself... with a population of around 10 million, the city is larger than you may think. But if that doesn't seem big enough, its metropolitan area is home to some 25.6 million people, making the population of the South Korean capital the 5th largest across the globe! Home to major tech giants, Seoul boasts the fastest internet speeds in the world – even the subway has 4G Wi-Fi. Seoul is also home to the biggest underground shopping mall in Asia and the world’s largest indoor theme park. Banpo Grand Bridge is the longest bridge fountain in the world and offers a spellbinding spectacle, as 380 nozzles spray water into the Han River below, all while “dancing” to 100 different pieces of music. If these Guinness World Records are anything to go by, you could say the city's the life and ‘Seoul’ of the country!